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Nationalization in the GCC Workforce: Innovative Solutions to a HR Challenge

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QnA International organizes GOV HR summit to ponder innovation in HR policies

 

Alre7ab - Dubai:Dubai based QnA International is set to host the third annual GOV HR Summit on the theme ‘Putting People First: Driving Innovation to Achieve Human Excellence.’ The summit, an exclusive by-invitation only event, is open to senior c-level executives, managing directors, senior vice presidents, heads of departments and other HR practitioners and professionals in the government, semi-government and public sectors in the GCC region

 

Amongst the stimulating topics at the summit, nationalization of the GCC workforce will be a core part of the agenda during the three day conference. “In the past decade or so, the governments of the GCC have pursued a policy of nationalization of their respective workforces. However, with the availability of younger local talent, these policies need some revision. The sessions organized will aim to provide innovative solutions on acquiring and retaining young locals into the workforce in all sectors of the economy,” commented Mr. Ackash Jain, Director of QnA International

 

The local population in each of the GCC countries vary tremendously in numbers. For instance, Oman has a higher local population than the UAE. Undoubtedly, the availability of local labour influences the size and scope of nationalization policies. As such, nationalization policies have to consider the available labour pool so as not to overreach economic development, and maintain low local unemployment when drafted. These are the traditional challenges nationalization policies have faced

 

The newer challenges in nationalization policies in the GCC arise from demographic trends. The younger and more urban—or millennial—local population in the GCC is causing organizational cultures and policies to change in order to accommodate their lifestyle needs. As millennials expect higher-transparency of their career progression and stimulating teamwork assignments, successfully integrating them into the workforce will be a challenge for HR personnel. Another demographic trend is the inclusion of women at the workforce for both domestic economic development and personal growth. “Dedicated panels at the Gov HR Summit will see key HR experts and human capital professionals share their insights on nationalization, youth engagement, and women empowerment in the GCC region, to supplement the realization of national development goals and objectives through innovative HR strategies,’’ noted Mr. Jain

 

The keynote presentations and panel discussions at the summit will feature experienced HR personnel and high ranking executives from the public sector, government and state owned entities sharing best practices in pursuance of a holistic view of HR challenges, trends and innovative solutions in the region. Amongst the human capital development partners for the Government, PwC, Crossknowledge, HEC Paris, Deloitte, Halogen Software and ADIB are to give keynote presentations on supporting the HR departments in their ever evolving role. The GOV HR Summit will take place at The Ritz Carlton, Abu Dhabi Grand Canal, through 27 – 28 October, while the Masterclass on ‘Innovation in Leadership’ facilitated by Professor Chris Roebuck will be on 29thOctober at the same venue

 

About Gov HR Summit

 

Now in its 3rdedition, the Gov HR Summit is recognized as the biggest HR event for Government & public sector in the MENA region. The current scenario for the HR function in the Middle East and globally is all about redefining the Human Capital function. In order to facilitate this powerful change, under the tagline “Putting people first: Driving innovation to achieve Human Excellence”, the 3rd Annual Gov HR Summit is bringing together leaders from all across the GCC to exchange views on the key challenges that faced human capital professionals and the means by which we can collectively arrive at solutions to tackle these challenges. The Summit would be followed by a one day master class on incorporating innovation in leadership

 

Within the Human Capital function, the time has come to restructure and add new lines of thinking while dealing with talent management, leadership, succession planning and other crucial factors that dictate the success of an organization

 

Bringing the Human Resource function to the forefront, the Gov HR Summit will see industry experts emphasize the strategic importance of workforce development and discuss regional and international best practices on overcoming the current challenges in the industry. If you are a Human Capital professional from the government, semi-government and government backed public or private sector companies, then this is one event you would definitely want to be an essential part of

 

Organiser: About QnA International

QnA International creates and delivers business learning and development exchange platforms through B2B conferences, bespoke events and trainings. The company also has an expertise in outsourced sponsorship sales and key account management. www.qnainternational.com


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